We began with some nice small plates including the brand new-to-the-menu-that-night-fried okra with pickled peppers, radishes, and sweet onion and buttermilk dressing. This dish was great, but we all agreed we could have used more of the buttermilk dressing.
The table also shared the Tuna BLT and a couple of Bocado's really tasty burgers and herb-garlic fries.
A vegetarian offering was also quite tasty and perfectly seasonal.
Creamy GA grits with russian kale, asparagus, radishes, chevre, and a romesco sauce.
It really was a terrific Friday night dinner. I like what they are doing at Bocado and will be back soon. The $7 corkage fee is a wine lover's dream. We brought in a couple of wines: a 2007 Windy Oaks Chardonnay and 2003 Joseph Swan Pinot Noir Saralee's Vineyard. Both wines showed quite well, though clearly Californian in style.